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2-Gang Wall Plate for Keystone, 12 Hole - Ivory
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2-Gang Wall Plate for Keystone, 12 Hole - Ivory

Wall plate for use in conjunction with gang box and keystones. Use appropriate keystones to create a nicely finished, professionally installed look for Ethernet networks or Home Theater interconnects. Eliminate that cluster of wires and hide them behind a wall.
* Some keystone ports will not fit next to each other when using modular RCA flush type keystones, RJ12 and RJ45 keystone inserts.

*Monoprice continually strives to improve its product line to bring our customers the best products available. Therefore, changes may be made to listed specifications without prior notice. Item received may not match photo or specs shown.

The color indicated can vary in tone and/or hue between production runs and manufacturing facilities.  The color of this item may not be an exact match to any other product, even if they are indicated as being the same color, whether sold by Monoprice or any other vendor.  Individual pieces may also vary very slightly in color from each other.


10 Reviews

58% of the reviewers recommend this product

  • Jeffrey Mummert Jr,
  •  York, PA 
  • 5/18/2015 5:24:56 PM

Pros: Lots of holes.

Cons: Lots of tightly packed holes.

Couldn't fit Ethernet jacks. I should have read more closely. Some creative use of a razor knife helped a little as I was able to shave enough material to fit a keystone f connector beside the rj45.

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  • Anonymous,
  •  Kent, WA 
  • 2/11/2015 10:53:29 AM

Cons: The keystones are so close you cannot actually put two cat6 jacks side by side.

The keystones are so close you cannot actually put two cat6 jacks side by side. Unless you're using these for RCA jacks or maybe speaker binding posts stay away.

by Monoprice Administrator

Thank you for your feedback and truly sorry to hear about the issues experienced with PID 6838. Please keep in mind that the following is noted in the description:

* Some keystone ports will not fit next to each other when using modular RCA flush type keystones, RJ12 and RJ45 keystone inserts.

For this wall plate, I recommend trying our coupler type keystones instead as they are a bit slimmer than our punch down keystones and fit better side-by-side. PID 7303 for example (we do not offer this type in ivory, unfortunately):

However, if truly dissatisfied, I can help setup a return for PID 6838. If you wish to proceed with the return, just let me know and I can get that started right away. Thank you!

Gabby Villa
Tech Support Associate
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Looks nice if it only worked!

  • JBDragon,
  •  Fairfield, CA 
  • 12/30/2012 5:55:58 PM

Pros: Looks nice if you can use it!

Cons: Doesn't work with Ethernet Keystones!!! They are just to large, more likely this 12 port plate was designed wrong!!!

I should have looked at the comments before hand, but like others have said, the Ethernet Keystones I got here, (Cat6 version) and I'm sure the others also, Don't Fit in this. They are to large in size and won't fit side by side at all. This is what I was going to use myself until I ran into this problem. It'll work for COAX or Speaker type Keystones are they're smaller, but otherwise you're out of luck. Of course I had already cut my hole in the wall and installed the low power box.

My Solution, though not quite as pretty was to get 2 of the 6 port single hole covers, then I cut a small bit of the side on one side of one, and the other side of the other. That way the cut sides are next to each other and screwed those two plates onto the Box flat. You can't see it because it's behind my A/V rack anyway but it works! I used a Dremel to cut mine. Of course it needs to be a nice straight cut and just the right amount so it'll mount flat and not overlap, but also not leave a Gap in the middle!!! This was my solution to the problem for now! The 6 port single cover plate ports are spaced further apart then the dual 6 plate 12 port cover! You can see this looking at the pictures here! Why it was done the way it was?!?!?! Someone really wasn't thinking!

I did try Modifying the 12 Port Plate but it just didn't work out at all. I threw it away. At least it didn't cost much. does have some great prices. Using a number of keystones and Keystone plates around my house, allowed me to use a Single 24 Port Switch. Actually the Monoprice 10/100/1000 24 port switch. That way I don't need a number of small switches in all my rooms, just the one larger switch in my Closet! Then I just plug whatever I need into one of my Keystone ports!!! It's a great setup. I got most everything here at Monoprice! CAT6 cable is cheap, got a 1000 foot roll and went to town under my house! Ketstones are a snap to wire up, just match the wires to the color chart on the keystone. Use the special took to install the wires and cut them all at once as you go!

by JBDragon
Other then the Keystones not fitting in the 12 port plate and having to do something else to make it all work. I've had no other issues. It's nice to just plug in where I want without small switches all over my house. So I rate it 9 out of 10. Everything else was great other then that 12 port cover when using Ethernet Keystones. Coax, Audio, those type of smaller ones would have been just fine.
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Wont fit RJ 45 keystones - any

  • Anonymous,
  •  Illinois City, IL 
  • 12/7/2012 5:27:51 PM

Pros: 12 ports, not sure what does fit

Cons: Wont fit rj 45 keystone. The site disclaimer says some, their tech support says all, the site even shows a RJ45 keystone as a related item even though they don't fit.

disappointed. I have 2- 2 gang holes cut in my walls and these are not going to work.

by Monoprice Administrator

Sorry about the issues you ran into with the keystones not fitting side by side. This is something our Product Team is working on improving. We do have other 2 gang plates that house all the keystones but they would be 6 hole plates. I have posted a link below just in case.

If you like and the current keystone plates just aren't going to work for you I can issue an RMA for a return. I would just need an order number to get the process started. Again my apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.


Tjayi Malone
Tech Support

by Monoprice Administrator
Hi Mr. Korschot,

I understand and glad you were able to get them working with standard size keystones. If you have any other concerns or comments please let me know.

Your review process is now finished. If you were satisfied with my assistance, you can always leave a testimonial at this link.

You can also contact me directly at

Thank you for your continued business, it is greatly appreciated!

Tjayi Malone
Tech Support

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Poor Man's Patch Panel

  • TexasThorn,
  •  San Benito, TX 
  • 10/1/2012 5:48:33 PM

Pros: Inexpensive, high density.

Cons: None.

If you are going to use this for a patch panel, choose the punch-down jacks over the tooless design and they will fit side-by-side (tightly). They're just as easy to wire. Realize that there is only one direction that the jacks will snap into place. You'll have to figure out the direction yourself as it isn't marked. Also, the jacks pivot into place so the order you snap them in will make your job easy or impossible.

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